- Rent-a-Cat (rated 12A)
- 13:10 (3)
- 18:15 (3)
- Beasts of the Southern Wild (rated 12A)
- 13:30 (2)
- 18:00 (2)
- Baraka (rated PG)
- 15:30 (1)
- 20:15 (1)
- Rust and Bone (rated 15)
- 15:35 (3)
- 20:30 (2)
- Alps (rated 15)
- 15:40 (2)
- 20:40 (3)
- It’s a Wonderful Life (rated U)
- 17:45 (1)
- Audio describedA
- Carers & babies onlyC
Film and the Other Arts: Creative Dialogues in the Avant-Garde
Until Sun 26 Feb
Filmosophy: Sight and the Senses
Until Wed 24 May
Italian Film Festival 2017
Fri 03 Mar to Thu 16 Mar
- All Seasons/Festivals »
From birth to adulthood - we like to grow with our audiences!
One of the key elements that distinguishes Filmhouse from cinemas in the commercial sector is our commitment to Education both formal and informal, including special morning screenings with discussions and worksheets, tours of the cinema, teacher seminars, a wide range of workshops and courses - and much more!
Afternoon Courses for Adults, Script Talk, Kids' Workshops, ...
Rod White introduces the October 2016 brochure
Earplugs will be provided.
Atomic: Living In Dread And Promise (played loud*)
Mark Cousins provocative new documentary portrait of our atomic age to tour cinemas in UK from 21st October. Film features electrifying new soundtrack from Mogwai.
Rod White introduces the August 2016 brochure
Oh no, it’s that month again!
Since 1978, Filmhouse has been Edinburgh's foremost independent cinema, celebrating world cinema in all its brilliance and diversity. Filmhouse is a trading name of Centre for the Moving Image, a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity (Scottish Charity No. SC006793). Read more about us
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Filmhouse Members enjoy a variety of benefits, including a £1.50 discount on every ticket, 10% discount on DVDs and in the Cafe/Bar, priority booking at EIFF and more. Find out more